Nigerian Economy And Alarmist Bonfires

Is Nigerian economy sliding into recession after two quarters of slow growth? Would Nigerians be better off with a cash flow sustained by leaking...

Malikawa-Garu’s Kilishi: Processed in village, sold in cities

Kilishi, this delicacy which originates from and is nurtured in the north, is much loved all over Nigeria. However, the Kilishi trade in this...

Naira slump: Any hope for common man?

The last five months have been testy for the common man without any hope of respite. Job cuts are worsening; tariff payments have revved...

Building Your Relationship

SOME ladies would think it’s not possible to build a relationship without dating a man. I tell you today that its 100% possible. So...

Nigeria and the malaria scourge

By Fred Nwaozor malaria remains a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by a group of single-celled parasitic micro-organisms known as protozoa belonging to the genus plasmodium....

‘How locally-assembled vehicles can thrive’

Prices of locally assembled vehicles can only become competitive when policy and environment are right to justify economics of car production in Nigeria, Managing...

2015: A WORD FOR GEN. BUHARI

In a few months’ time, Nigeria will once again arrive at what historians would refer to as a critical juncture – that point in...

As Buhari’s administration kicks off

Yesterday (May 29, 2015), another chapter was opened in the history of Nigeria with the swearing-in of Muhammadu Buhari as the 4th elected President...

God won’t listen to Nigerian songs

“Shoki hey hey Shoki!” cries a voice from the radio to the beat of a nerve-wracking pandemonium that seems designed to drive you insane. A...

An evening encounter with Mr. President

When Mr. Femi Adesina was named the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, one of the first things he did was...

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